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Magik & Kover Pack and Play Mattresses Recalled Due to Suffocation Hazard for Infants; Violations of the Federal Safety Regulation for Crib Mattresses; Sold Exclusively on by Magik & Kover (Recall Alert)

  • Recalled Magik & Kover Waterproof Pack and Play Mattress
  • “CertiPUR-US” is printed on a tag inside the cover
  • Batch number 221002US and the manufacture date on the back of that tag
  • “STANDARD 100” is printed on another tag inside the mattress cover
Name of Product:
Magik & Kover Pack and Play Mattresses

The recalled mattresses violate multiple provisions of the federal safety regulation for crib mattresses, including the thickness test, and are missing warnings and labels. The product poses a suffocation hazard to infants.

Recall Date:
February 22, 2024

About 1,200

Consumer Contact

Magik & Kover by email at

Recall Details


This recall involves Magik & Kover pack and play mattresses manufactured from August 2022 through July 2023. The waterproof play yard mattress topper has a white mattress cover. “CertiPUR-US” is printed in a tag inside the cover, and batch number 221002US and the manufacture date in the format “PD DD.MM/YYY” are printed on the back of that tag. “STANDARD 100” is printed on another tag.


Consumers should immediately stop using and destroy the recalled mattresses, and contact Magik & Kover to receive a full refund and for directions on how to dispose of the mattress. Magik & Kover and Amazon are contacting all purchasers directly.


None reported

Sold Exclusively Online: from December 2022 through August 2023 for about $40.

Magik & Kover, of China

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